EagleHerald/Billy Betts
Coleman’s Shamus Mclain (right) hands off the batton to teammate Tyler Olsen during the 1,600 meter relay on Monday at the Oconto regional.
EagleHerald/Billy Betts

Coleman’s Shamus Mclain (right) hands off the batton to teammate Tyler Olsen during the 1,600 meter relay on Monday at the Oconto regional.

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OCONTO — Another great performance by both the Crivitz boys’ and girls’ track and field teams highlighted the Division 3 regionals in Oconto on Monday.

Both the Wolverine boys and girls finished in second place and were littered with athletes that will be moving on to sectionals this Thursday.

Leading the way for Crivitz was Jaden Bemis and Ezekial Lawrence. Bemis won the 100 meter dash and helped lead Crivitz to second-place finishes in both the 400 and 800 meter relays. Bemis ran the 400 meter relay with Kody Richlen, Tony Jopek and Evander Lawrence and teamed up with Ezekial Lawrence, Richlen and Jopek in the 800.

Ezekial Lawrence won the 110 meter hurdles and finished second in the 300 meter hurdles to Suring’s Mitch Stegeman, who won with a time of 41.06 seconds. Stegeman also won the pole vault with a distance of 13-6. Evander Lawerence won the long jump for Crivitz.

Emalee Johnsen won the discus throw for Crivitz with a distance of 118 feet and teamed up with Chloe Gruszynski, Kate Richlen and Kirsten Stumbris for a second-place finish in the 3,200 meter relay. The Wolverines won the 3,200 meter relay with a team of Lyvia Caine, Bella Galindo, Riley Roman and Kira Spalding.

Kennedy Marquardt led Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas Academy by winning the 400 meter run with a time of 1:05.07 along with second-place finishes in the 100 and 200 meter dash. Trenton Telford won the triple jump to lead Lena/STAA, who also had a first-place finish in the 3,200 meter relay team of Max Beyer, Cody Dellise, Simon Gard and Norman Aguilar.

Gillett was led by Aubrey DeBauch, who won the 300 meter hurdles, Sylvia Hansen, the winner of the 1,600 and 3,200 and Bo Krueger, a winner in the shot put by almost 20 feet. Krueger threw for a distance of 146-10 feet with Suring’s Logan Stuart coming in second at 127-08. Adam Anderson also won the 800 meter run for the Tigers.

Coleman’s top performers were Faith King, who took second in the 800 and Hope Patz, who also took finished second in the high jump.